When disaster strikes, and your roof suffers damage because of weather, you can’t afford to delay repairs. You need to call a trustworthy roofer like Willi Roofing Services. Our emergency roof repair services can help stop leaks and prevent additional water damage to your home.
This second part of this two-part blog series will help you prepare for this emergency. We will explain what will happen during a typical emergency repair visit.
Calling Us for Emergency Repairs
Call us the moment you notice that something’s wrong with your roof because the longer you wait, the worse the water damage will become. If it is still raining heavily, we may have to wait until the storm subsides. It’s not safe to work on a roof during a storm, whether you’re a professional or amateur. Once the storm passes, however, we will then mobilize and perform quick repairs. Our goal is to secure your roof before it rains again.
Performing Emergency Repairs
We might emergency tarp the hole in your roof until the bad weather passes. This fix is temporary, but it can be an effective way to protect your interior. We can then begin assessing your roofing system once the weather has calmed down. We will thoroughly inspect your entire roof for signs of damage. We won’t just focus on major issues, but we will also look for minor problems that can become a big issue in the future. Finally, we will then discuss your repair options.
Starting the Insurance Claims Process
In many cases, we can fix our customers’ roofs without having to perform a full roof replacement. Insurance repairs are our specialty, and we can work with your insurance company to help speed the claims filing process. We will provide the necessary paperwork and accurately document the damage to your roof.
You can count on Willi Roofing Services for all of your roofing needs because of our excellent certifications and our many years of experience. We have also replaced and repaired thousands of roofs so you know you can count on us. Call us at (512) 504-7900 to learn more about our services and products, or to get a free estimate. We serve homeowners in Round Rock, TX.
If you’ve missed it, check out the first part of this two-part blog series to learn more about the possible causes behind emergency roof repairs.